New Holland announces the launch of the TH7.42 Elite large-frame telehandler, manufactured for agricultural operations and marking the first in a new series of telehandlers from the global equipment leader.
The TH7.42 Elite telehandler builds upon the solutions delivered by previous models with a new 6x3 PowerShift transmission designed to provide smoother shuttling and gear changes. This model features 129 hp, a 22.9-ft. reach and 9,259-lb. lift capacity, plus a dependable 4.5L engine.
“This machine is the ultimate material handling multi-tool to provide unmatched comfort, visibility and serviceability for our agriculture customers,” says Doran Herritt, Product Marketing Leader for New Holland, North America. “We know this will be a perfect fit on many of our customers’ operations, whether they need a tool for bale handling, silage handling, manure management, feeding or many other material handling applications.”
The 6x3 PowerShift engine brings power and efficiency to any job, plus massive torque at a low RPM and great transient response. This model offers a semi-auto mode for short cycle jobs and a full-auto mode for long cycle jobs and road travel, plus up to three shifting modes. Powerful Tier 4 engines utilize AdBlue DEF fluid to avoid a costly DPF filter and regeneration cycles lowering the overall cost of ownership.
Customers will also find excellent all-around visibility and a comfortable, ergonomic interior. The strong design and boom suspension allow you to get tough jobs done with minimal bounce and maximum control. Finally, the Longitudinal Load Moment Indicator (LLMI) provides visual and audible warnings as maximum capacity is approached to ensure safety.
Consecutive models in the TH series of telehandlers will begin releasing late 2020.